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Citel Named to the 2007 "Pulver 100".

Demand for Affordable VoIP Migration Solutions Leads to Premier Growth Company Award Ranking

SEATTLE -- Citel, the VoIP Migration Company(TM) (LSE AIM:CITE.L), today announced that it has been named to the 2007 "Pulver 100", the IP Communications industry's premier listing of growth companies that represent the future of the IP-voice and video communications ecosystem. Citel has been named to the list due to its innovative VoIP migration technology which enables enterprises of all sizes to realize the cost and productivity benefits of IP telephony while leveraging their existing telephone infrastructure.

"We're excited to again name Citel to the Pulver 100," said Jeff Pulver, founder and chairman of pulvermedia. "The Pulver 100 award listing continues to grow in significance as companies offer compelling IP communications solutions such as Citel's Portico TVA."

The Citel Portico(TM) Telephone VoIP Adapter (TVA(TM)) enables enterprises to quickly and affordably convert existing PBX phones into IP phones over existing wiring infrastructure. The Portico platform delivers the features and functionality of VoIP without the costs associated with typical "rip and replace" VoIP migration solutions, such as network upgrades, new handsets, and retraining.

"The Pulver 100 is a premier award listing of growth companies significantly impacting IP communications, and we're proud to be selected," said Leigh Fatzinger, vice president of marketing, Citel. "We think this is great validation of our flagship product, Portico, and the value we bring to enterprises seeking truly affordable, transparent VoIP migration solutions."

About Citel plc

Citel enables SMBs, large enterprises and service providers to realize the cost and productivity benefits of IP telephony while at the same time leveraging their existing PBX infrastructure. Businesses with single or distributed locations and PBX vendors can now deploy next-generation IP applications and services at their own pace, with little business disruption. Service providers can deploy hosted IP telephony services quickly, without having to "rip and replace" existing enterprise PBX handsets and LAN cabling. Citel is a publicly traded company with corporate headquarters in Seattle, and development offices in Calgary, Alberta (Canada), and Nottingham, England (UK). For more information, visit

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Date:Mar 12, 2007
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